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[texts]An essay on the antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland: : wherein they are placed in a clearer light than hitherto. Designed as an introduction to a larger work, especially an attempt to shew an affinity betwixt the languages, &c. of the ancient Britains, and the Americans of the isthmus of Darien. In answer to an objection against revealed religion - Malcolm, David
Focloir Gaoidheilge-Shagsonach: An Irish-English dictionary -- Part of Begly's preface ot an English-Irish dictionary / Specimen of an English-Irish dictionary -- A translation of the Irish preface, to Mr. Lhuyd's Irish dictionary -- A compleat translation of the Welsh preface to Mr. Lhuyd's Glossography, or his Archeologia britannica -- Collection of papers, &c. -- Some more papers, and some more testimonies of the learned -- To the H...
Keywords: Celtic languages; Cuna language; Indian linguistics
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[texts]A collection of letters, : in which the imperfection of learning, even among Christians, and a remedy for it, are hinted. The usefulness of the Celtick is instanced, in illustrating the antiquities of the British Isles, in pointing out the errors of Mr. Innes, and the most ancient people and language; some elements of which are set down. The affinity betwixt the language of the Americans of Terra Firma, and these of the ancient Britains, is proved. The scripture-account of things is confirm'd. An objection against revealed religion, heretofore not fully answered, is removed. A specimen of a dictionary, English-Celtick, and Celtick-English, is given. As also, a collection of papers, in which the proceedings of the honourable society of improvers, the honourable and learned faculty of advocates, some general assemblies, their commissions and committees, and the testimonies of some learned men about this affair, are represented - Malcolm, David
Part of Begly's preface ot an English-Irish dictionary / Specimen of an English-Irish dictionary -- Focloir Gaoidheilge-Shagsonach: An Irish-English dictionary -- A translation of the Irish preface, to Mr. Lhuyd's Irish dictionary -- A compleat translation of the Welsh preface to Mr. Lhuyd's Glossography, or his Archeologia britannica -- Collection of papers, &c. -- A letter to Archimedes the old Caledonian, the first mathematician of the age, about the remote antiquities of Great Britain -- Som...
Keywords: Celtic languages; Cuna language; Indian linguistics
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